What is basically being attempted is a ballistic, sub-orbital flight, like a ride atop a short-range missile.
Police arrested Lonnie Franklin Jr. in the summer of 2010, when DNA and ballistic evidence linked him to the slayings.
Sanctions failed to prevent North Korea from developing nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles to deliver them.
Russia is also working on new a fleet of ballistic missile submarines, attack submarines to operate under the ice caps.
Given the ballistic coefficient C, the initial velocity V, and a range of R yds.
One was the determination of the288 velocity of a bullet fired from a rifle into a Robins ballistic pendulum.
Between the magnetizing coils is a small induction coil D, which is connected with a ballistic galvanometer.
Rifle and ballistic pendulums on the northeast, and the steam boiler house on the northwest portions.
But a rule of thumb might be attacks on a target beyond range of surface-based fires except for ballistic or cruise missiles.
This cannon (Fig. 2) is similar to that used in the ballistic pendulum.
1775, "pertaining to thrown objects," ultimately from Greek ballein "to throw" (see ballistics). Of rockets or missiles (ones that are guided while under propulsion, but fall freely), from 1949. Ballistic missile first attested 1954; they attain extreme heights, hence figurative expression go ballistic (1981) "become irrationally angry."